By Kendell H. Easley
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Now therefore, our God, we give You thanks and praise Your glorious name. 1 Chronicles 29:12-13 DEFINITION: God's sovereignty includes both His power to do all that He wills and His rightful exercise of authority over His creation and His creatures. As the Almighty, His rule is righteous, and He expects human beings to recognize and submit to His lordship. In the language of classic Christian teaching, God's power is called His omnipotence. Whatever He wills surely comes to pass. ” Biblical teaching and Christian belief always and everywhere have declared the twin truths that God has all power and that He rules actively as universal Sovereign.
In Jesus' name, amen. III. CREATION (AND MANKIND) The Eighth Psalm celebrates the intricate vastness of the universe God made as well as mankind's splendor as the pinnacle of creation. “You…crowned him [man] with glory and honor. You made him lord over the works of Your hands” (Ps 8:5-6). Christians have always and everywhere believed that God created everything. ” The Bible doesn't argue scientifically for an “Intelligent Designer” of the world anymore than it provides philosophical arguments for His existence.
Many works of literature, music, and art have been called inspired, meaning that the author was brilliant. The effect of such work on others is inspiring (moving or inspirational). When Christians refer to the Bible as inspired, they really mean something else, although no doubt the authors of Scripture were brilliant and their work is moving indeed. Biblical inspiration involved both the processes by which Scripture was produced and the end product. “Inspiration” comes from a Latin term meaning “to breathe in,” referring to God's Spirit at work in the lives of the authors of the Bible.
52 Words Every Christian Should Know by Kendell H. Easley